Successful Growth Based on Philosophy of Sound Science and Material Neutrality
WAKEFIELD, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--AMERIPEN, the American Institute for Packaging and the Environment, has recently added five new members. They are BASF, Nova Chemicals, Crown Holdings, Charter NEX Films, and Scholle Corporation.
Said Donna Dempsey, Executive Director of AMERIPEN, We are thrilled that packaging organizations representing a wide variety of applications and materials continue to join and work with us. Their desire to be a part of AMERIPEN reflects our core philosophies of science-based decision-making and material neutrality, as well as our efforts to educate policy-makers and other stakeholders on the economic, environmental, and social value of packaging.
AMERIPEN advocates for packaging policy advancement in North America and focuses on measures that are environmentally and economically sound, as well as socially responsible. The organization, with a science-based, material-neutral approach, encourages informed decision-making on packaging and the environment by policy-makers and thought leaders. AMERIPEN welcomes companies that support the philosophy of a collaborative trade and industry organization, active and cooperative issue resolution, and material and packaging system neutrality. More information is available at www.AMERIPEN.org.
AMERIPEN and the AMERIPEN logo are registered trademarks of the American Institute for Packaging and the Environment. "Informed Packaging Policy Starts Here" is a trademark of AMERIPEN. All rights reserved.
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